A traditional Anglican parish of the Reformed Episcopal Church (ACNA)
A Biblical, Liturgical, Traditional oasis in DFW.
Mission: "Come unto Me, all ye that are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." (Jesus of Nazareth)
Click the link below to request a Palm Cross and Card be sent to you:
We regret to say that the Palm Sunday Concert has been cancelled due to sickness.
LINKS TO LIVE STREAMING SERVICE and Order of Service are on the homepage of our website:
CATECHESIS HOUR is now online (pre--recorded video).
Join us for our Scripture study on the life of King David and how David's reign points to the work and Person of our Savior Jesus Christ.
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The Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Today is the FEAST OF THE ANNUNCTION.
We celebrate that moment when the Angel Gabriel came to the Blessed Virgin and announced the glad tidings: she would bear the Savior of the world!
This video is the service of Morning Prayer & Ante-Communion with the Litany held at The Chapel of the Cross on the Fourth Sunday in Lent, 2020.
Stream our service live on Sunday at: http://www.thechapelofthecross.com/
Video will stream right here on our page (click the Videos link on the left of this page at 10:30am)
Audio is available from the parish web site (click the "LIVE STREAM WORSHIP SERVICE" link on our home page)
SERVICE CHANGES FOR SUNDAY
Dear Chapel Family,
God’s peace be with you. Much has happened even during this past week. Significant temporary adjustments to our life together have become necessary, but by God’s grace we will use them to increase the borders of the Kingdom of Heaven in Dallas. May the Lord lift His hand of judgment as His people humble themselves before Him and infuse His presence into a sin-sick world, laden with idols.
To stem the rapid spread of COVID-19, the City of Dallas, the Governor of Texas, and our President have limited all gatherings, including churches; our bishops have instructed all rectors and parishes to comply fully in this effort. While the parish altar remains the center of our lives and the heart of the parish, I ask all Chapel members to attend online and from home, for at least the next two Sundays. Holy worship is more needed than ever at this time; services are not suspended, but will be led by only a reduced choir, organist, and priest; the congregation will worship via live-feed from home.
Temporary modifications for the next two Sundays:
▪ Participate in these services through the live-streams from the parish resources.
▪ Sunday: 10:30 (Morning Prayer and Ante-Communion); 5:00 (Evening Prayer). The Sunday bulletin (with hymns) can be viewed at the parish homepage.
▪ Weekdays: Daily Office at 8:00 and 3:05.
▪ Lenten Wednesdays: 6:30 pm
▪ Continue to treat Sundays as the Lord’s Day, and not as any other.
▪ Your regular and continued offerings of gifts, alms, and tithe are especially important right now. They can be mailed to the office or made online through the parish giving portal.
▪ Don’t forget your REC100 offering this Lent, to plant more churches this coming year!
▪ Consider how you can patronize a worthy, challenged, local business near you.
▪ Report any in need of additional ministry or deliveries to the rector or to Fr Jim.
▪ Pray Daily Family Prayer at home. You can also use Cradle of Prayer or iPrayBCP but don’t forget the old fashioned way of opening your Bibles and Prayer Books together!
▪ Talk to one of the clergy about using these next few weeks for a discipleship program.
▪ The clergy will make home visits to any in need.
▪ Spend time with your family!
▪ Think and pray about opportunities to use this for good.
We must remember that not only must we protect each other, society will be watching the church and drawing conclusions about whether the church is part of the answer or furthering the problem. As we face both need and opportunity, all are called to vigilance. We are churchmen, and should also be exemplary citizens. In short, 1) trust God, 2) love your neighbor, 3) bolster your immune system, and 4) “honor the king” (1 Peter 2:17).
In Christ the great Healer of the Nations,
Your rector, clergy, and vestry
A Prayer In Time of Great Sickness and Mortality
Most mighty and merciful God, to whom alone belong the issues of life and death; In this time of grievous sickness we flee unto thee for relief. Deliver us, we beseech thee, from our peril; give strength and skill to thy ministers of healing; bless the means of cure; and grant, that, perceiving how frail is our earthly life, we may apply our hearts unto that heavenly wisdom which leads to eternal life; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
This Sunday: our worship service is ONLINE ONLY.
Join us for our LIVE STREAMING SERVICE of Morning Prayer at 10:30 AM.
Go to our home page for live service link and order of service: http://www.thechapelofthecross.com/
To join the Church of the Holy Communion service live feed at 6:00 PM: http://holycommuniondallas.org/
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Our new Catechesis classes have begun!
Lent through Ascension Sunday.
Join us at 9:25 AM on Sunday mornings. Pick a topic and dive in!
Keep abreast of Lenten events this Lent at The Chapel. The HOLY LENT brochure is available at church or at this link:
Our Lenten Lecture Series begins this Wednesday evening, March 4. The theme this year is SINGING WITH GRACE IN YOUR HEARTS.
6:00--potluck soup and salad supper.
6:30--Lenten Lecture: J.S. Bach's "Actus Tragicus"--by our choirmaster Mr. Andrew Dittman.
Pray for the new Archbishop of Uganda, The Most Rev. Stephen Kaziimba, who will be installed tomorrow at Namirembe Cathedral. Pray also ArchbishopFoley who will be preaching the sermon.
This Sunday Fr. Tony Melton will preach at the 10:30 AM service.
Super Bowl LIV Watch Party--Sunday, February 2
5:00 PM at Hillcrest Villa Club House, 6970 Helsem Way, Dallas.
Bring snacks and drinks to share. Contact Spencer or Baily Amaral for information.
This event is for ages 18+ due to the sensitive nature of the content. Guiding children through the dangers of the digital age is an extremely relevant and important topic. Please plan to attend.
MARCH FOR LIFE--this coming Saturday, January 18
12:30 pm, meet up at Guadalupe Cathedral (Anglicans for Life Banner)
CHAPEL FELLOWS meets this Sunday evening at 5:00 PM.
We're discussing the history of Anglican-Orthodox relations.
Intellectual stimulation, fellowship, and refreshments. Join us!
NO 8:00 AM SERVICE
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|Saturday||09:00 - 12:00|
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